Yet another time that we are talking jewellery. And today is utterly important, because the guest for today are the jhumkas. These are ear accessories that are heavier than the basic tops, droplets, and earrings. Jhumkas are usually worn on occasional events along with ethnic ensembles. Accessories can take your outfits to another level, which is why it is necessary that you always choose the right ones. Here are some inspirations for you and your girlfriends for your next shopping spree –
- Black Jhumkas
Nothing can compete the beauty of black. And we are equally surprised to see a jhumka design in this evergreen colour. Black jhumkas would work perfectly with deep hued outfits, and events like a cocktail night. It totally gives us the tribal bohemian vibe no one was ready for. You could also pair them up with an all-black ensemble or colour block with brighter tones.
While these do not really fall under the category of jhumkas, earcuffs are actually quirky ear accessories, which when given a slight heavier touch, become what we call as a jhumka. Earcuffs are designed to cover the helix of your ear artistically. Many people also get pierced on this skin. However, with earcuffs, an illusion is created about the person having piercings. They come in beautiful designs and variations with semi and full coverage details. You can opt for this one to try a different outlook the next time.
- Baahubali Jhumkas
These traditional ear accessories are our favourite. Although baahubali means a person with strong arms, these jhumkas are a variation to it. It is a combination of a classic embellished jhumka with multiple strings attached to it that extend towards your hair sections, creating an illusion of open arms on both the sides. Baahubali jhumkas look magnificent and royal at the same time, and give a rich and wholesome look to your outfit. It partly works as a hair accessory too. You can purchase these in different variations like pearls, or kundan etc. Pair these with any traditional outfit of your choice, and slay the look right away.
- Temple Jhumkas
An ancient way to wear this eloquent piece of jewellery is to add a touch of religious beliefs to it. Temple jhumkas are the ones in which various miniature designs of temples and archaeology is imbibed in a pleasing manner. Temple jewellery has been gaining popularity recently due to its authentic vibes and fine-looking gold crafting. These look perfect with a Banarasi saree, and a traditional wedding setup.
- Beaded Jhumkas
A latest addition to jewellery bazaar are the beaded jhumkas. These are light weighted fabric made jhumkas that are mostly paired up with casual looks like chikankari kurtis or organza outfits. Meant to enhance your daylights or subtle event looks, beaded jhumkas are getting immense attention these days by college going girls. Thanks to its sweet yet chic vibe, beaded jhumkas are a versatile pick for the fashion lovers who are willing to take the risk of sporting fabric accessories rather than the metallic ones.
If you are looking for a heavier version, this is the right pick. Chandelier jhumkas are elongated pieces with extended intricate work, that has multiple layers of precious stones in either direction. Many Bollywood celebrities have been sporting these jhumkas at significant events along with hefty outfits. Take inspiration from Deepika Padukone’s recent Cannes Festival look where she was spotted wearing a chandelier jhumka with her dazzling Sabyasachi saree.
- Chaand Baaliyan
So, here we are with one of the most trending jhumkas of the present times, the chaand baaliyan (moon earrings). In these ones, the jhumka or a part of it is shaped like a crescent moon, giving us all the dreamy vibes in the moment. These are elegant, mesmerizing and also do the job pretty well, no matter what outfit they are paired with. You can sport chaand baali jhumkas with lehngas, sarees, suits, or even go out of the box by donning a western outfit with it.